Virgil Green

Nevada Wolf Pack #85 - Tight End

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 240

Chargers 90-in-90: TE Andrew Vollert


Vollert was looking good in the preseason prior to a season-ending injury.

Chargers position battles: Plenty of inexperience vying for WR3


Patton has an uphill battle against two rookies for meaningful snaps.

Risers and Fallers following the 2020 NFL Draft


Come find out which Chargers likely saw their stock rise or fall heading into the 2020 season.

Chargers Daily Links: Donald Parham signing made official


The former XFL star TE signing with the Bolts has become official.

Chargers pre-combine seven-round mock


I decided to take The Draft Network’s mock draft machine for a spin and came out with this group of prospects. I’m actually a pretty big fan of this one, especially the first two picks that really...

The All-Elway Team


No Free Agents, just homegrown Denver Broncos hand selected by John Elway in the NFL Draft or as an undrafted rookie.

2019 Chargers UDFA Profile: Michigan State TE Matt Sokol


Two years ago, the Chargers signed an undrafted tight end out of Missouri named Sean Culkin. He didn’t catch a ton of passes in college and was mostly known for his prowess in the run-blocking...

2019 Chargers UDFA Profile: Duke TE Daniel Helm


A Look Into Daniel Helm’s Film

Which prospects should Chargers fans be watching in the Cotton Bowl?

And then there were four. While the 2018 Bowl season is fun to watch on a cold winter’s day, the real story is, of course, the College Football Playoff. After much deliberation and a quick look at...

GIF Horse - The Good, The Bad, & The Elway


The buck stops with Broncos GM John Elway. How is he going to fix this?

Blooming Bolts: Chargers seven round mock draft 

The Los Angeles Chargers are looking to become one of the best teams in football. With the offense finding a consistent identity and several critical defensive playmakers, hopes are high for this...

ESPN labels Jake Butt and Chris Wormley as “likely breakout prospects” in the NFL

The former captains of the 2016 team look to take major leaps in their second years as pros.